Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Florida and Tennessee running circles around Mississippi on education freedom

While House Education Committee Chairman Richard Bennett (R-Long Beach) killed a renewal of and a small expansion to the state’s Education Scholarship Account program...

The River Stands Still

Bigger Pie Forum | The River Stands Still | Charles Grayson   Water flows downhill. The steeper the hill, the faster the flow. The slop from Natchez...

Pearl Man Arrested for Possessing Child Pornography

A 29-year-old man was arrested Thursday and charged with one count of child exploitation, announced Attorney General Jim Hood. Stephen Vail Schubring, of Pearl, was...

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$3.3 Million Verdict in Jackson Federal Court Racial Discrimination Case

On Tuesday a federal court jury rendered a total verdict of $3.3 million in EEOC v. Danny’s Downtown Cabaret. Here is the Complaint. The EEOC...

$3.3 Million Verdict in Jackson Federal Court Racial Discrimination Case

On Tuesday a federal court jury rendered a total verdict of $3.3 million in EEOC v. Danny’s Downtown Cabaret. Here is the Complaint. The EEOC...

Drawing a line in the sand against government overreach

With the statewide political campaigns gearing up, we are sure to hear often this year from candidates who say they want to stop government...

AG Reminds Flood Victims of Resources to Prevent Home Repair Fraud

In light of historic flooding and potentially more flooding next week in Mississippi’s Delta, Attorney General Jim Hood is reminding Mississippians who are suffering...

Mississippi Republicans Vote Against LGBT Civil Rights Bill

In summer 1964, Mississippi Congressman John Bell Williams, who would later serve as his state's governor, went on air with the Citizens Forum to...

Mississippi Republicans Vote Against LGBT Civil Rights Bill

In summer 1964, Mississippi Congressman John Bell Williams, who would later serve as his state's governor, went on air with the Citizens Forum to...